Monthly Archives: September 2017

HTML file format

HTML are really nice files, they are straight text, but with it (well and a few other things) you get what you are looking at now.  So, let’s take a look at what an HTML file consists of: Content encoding Doctype declaration HTML block HEAD block BODY block So, let’s dive into that a bit, […]

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Looking at basics of web development (starting with HTML)

I have decided that I would like to look at the basics of web development, and I have a bit of an approach I would like to look at for this.  I think that I will probably approach it in this order: HTML CSS PHP JavaScript I think that makes a fair amount of sense.  […]

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Daily Sketch 2

Just doing another daily sketch.  2 days in a row.  That’s pretty good for me… I think that starting with these expressions right now is a decent place to start. I can see that things aren’t really all that easy even keeping them as simple as I am doing them. This turned out not bad […]

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Daily Sketching Day 1…

I’m going to try to get this working a little better than this.

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sudo and su are very different…

I have been trying to get my computer updated since Friday (almost a week) and I usually use a command like: sudo emerge -uDaNt @world When I want to do an update of my “world”. To me this should be very close, if not practically identical to: su password: emerge -uDaNt @world exit And I […]

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Setting up QEMU/KVM virtual machine…

This is an odd one.  I am in the midst of setting this up, but I am working on a few different things right now.  First, I needed to get QEMU/KVM up and running, so I looked at this page about setting things up for the Gentoo host.  This looks like it is “mostly correct” […]

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